A: What's up?
B: Nothing much, what's going on?
A: I'm having a party this Friday.
B: Oh, really? That's nice.
A: I wanted to see if you wanted to come.
B: This Friday? Sorry, I already have plans.
A: Doing what?
B: I'm going to dinner with my family.
A: I really wanted you to come, but I understand.
B: Yeah, maybe next time.
A: I'll hold you to that.
B: Sounds like a plan.
A: Hey, what's good with you?
B: Not a lot. What about you?
A: I'm throwing a party on Friday.
B: That sounds like fun.
A: Do you think you can come?
B: I'm sorry. I'm already doing something this Friday.
A: What are you going to be doing?
B: My family and I are going to dinner.
A: I was hoping you would come.
B: I'll definitely try to make it the next time.
A: I'd better see you there.
B: All right. I'll see you next time.
A: What's going on?
B: Nothing really. How about you?
A: A lot, like the party I'm having on Friday.
B: Well, that's cool.
A: Will you be able to make it?
B: I'm busy this Friday. I'm sorry.
A: What do you have to do?
B: I'm having dinner with my family
A: Maybe you can come next time.
B: I'll make sure and come to your next party.
A: I'll look for you at my next party.
B: I'll be there.